Here’s a super easy upcycle project using stuff you probably already have laying about- turn stretched canvases into wall pockets for organizing or just for fun. See the step-by-step instructions over at Craft!
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Great idea! Just what I need for the new school year. I can put in all the notes and notices from my daughters school.
LOVE this idea! Great way to reuse canvases, too!
always outside the frame aren’t you? love this. xoxo.w.
This is a fab idea and so useful, x
What a great idea! You could even use the ones with paintings on the other side that you didn’t want to look at anymore! xo Diana
OH I really like these, my old frames are in for a change. Great, great idea.
Cathe, your creativity is boundless! I absolutely love this idea and I’m kicking myself for not bringing home a couple of unframed canvases I considered at my local Goodwill last week. Next time I won’t hesitate!
Wow.. Clever idea! I like it!
Such an amazing idea!!
Thank you so much for sharing 😀
what a cool idea thanks for sharing xxx
These are just perfect! I love them – so functional, but what I love even more is how you styled them. You are so talented!
My best- Diane
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!
Oh my god, this is so super gorgeous! I love working with canvases and have this burlap lying around, waiting to be used. What a great idea!
Oh stop already! Genius idea. Wow. Only thing is that I would never accumulate such pretty things…mine would be filled with Michael’s 40% off coupons and wet naps and half empty bottles of hand lotion…Cause I’m, glamorous like that.
You go girl!
A great way to reuse a canvas if it is free but you hate the art on the front!
This is the nicest example of this idea I have seen. It looks rugged, yet so homey as well.
how freakin’ awesome are these!!!!!! I am so excited about these.
What a fun idea! Definitely will try this!
Love this! I’m going to try it soon!
OMG…you know I’m loving these! And if memory serves me correctly, I probably have all the supplies down in the supply closet! And heck, my local JoAnn’s has about 5 different colors of burlap!!
Oh my gosh I love these! Now where do I need some that is the question of the day!
What a great idea! I’ve been re-organizing my office…I just might have to try this project out!!! Thanks for sharing – I always love your ideas and creativity! : )
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This is amazing!!! I LOVE this idea. Your colours are perfect too! Thanks so much for sharing your ideas- keep them coming!
Veronica (South Africa)
Love! What more can I say? I have everything I need to get started and ORGANIZE is my word or the year. Thanks for another clever idea.
Totally love this … great job of repurposing
A neat idea, Cathe. They also make interesting frames when they’re turned this way, and the thicker ones make cool shadow boxes!
Great idea Cathe. My life as a painter also never materialized so I have some of my “masterpieces” laying around! Thank you for always sharing such cool ideas!
thank-you, it’s a really a fun to do and creative project
These are way cool!!!
What a great idea! You could even use a canvas that you worked on and it didn’t turn out, becuz the front of the canvas is against the wall. I really enjoy your posts!
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This is awesome!! I love it. Thanks for sharing!
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These are incredibly clever (and cute). I featured the at thestoragegeek.com and they were really well received.
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This shit. I like it! ^^
You are an amazing inventor! Just beautiful. I am going to make my rendition, and post it for your comments.
Your site is lovely. Thank you.
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